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Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1985 The Philadelphia Inquirer FIRST EDITION 31-F Death Notices Death Notices OBITUARIES Dr. Andreas Gruentzig, cardiologist Dr. Andreas R. Gruentzig, 46, the Emory University cardiologist credited with developing a method of opening blocked arteries without surgery, died in a plane crash Sunday near Forsyth, Ga.

His body and that of his wife, Margaret, 29, herself a physician, were identified yesterday. Andreas Gruentzig, a native of Dresden, Germany, developed his process at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. The technique, angioplasty, was first used in September 1977 and was quickly accepted in the medical world as a possible alternative to open-heart bypass surgery. It involves insertion of a balloon into an artery that has been narrowed by accumulated plaque. Where blockage is threatened, the balloon is repeatedly inflated, pressing the plaque against the artery wall and easing the flow of blood.

His work added to the university's stature. Officials said that since 1980 more than 500 physicians had come to Emory from all over the world to study his methods. Dr. John H.K. Vogel of Santa Barbara, one of the nation's leading cardiologists, said his friend was "deserving of the Nobel Prize.

Angioplasty is the biggest revolution in cardiology today." The Gruentzigs married in 1983, a year after she was awarded her medical degree at Emory. She was serving her residency in radiology there. The cause of the crash of their twin-engine aircraft was still under investigation yesterday. Monroe County Sheriff John Cary Bittick said the Gruentzigs were flying from St. Simon's Island, to Atlanta in a rainstorm when their Beechcraft went down at 3:33 Sunday.

plane was found barone shortly after 6 p.m. An investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board said a study of radio tapes indicates a reference to some sort of instrument malfunction. Robert Chambliss, 81; killed four in '63 Birmingham church blast Robert Edward Chambliss, 81, who was convicted in a 1963 church that killed four black girls, yesterday Birmingham, Ala. He had been imprisoned since his 1977 conviction and was taken to Birmingham's Lloyd Nolan Hospital early Monday. No cause was immediately given for his death, but Debbie Herbert, a spokeswoman for the state prison system, said he had a history of heart problems.

Mr. Chambliss was a suspect at the outset in the Sept. 15 dynamite bombing of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church, a church that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

had used as his headquarters during civil rights demonstrations. He was not charged in the case until investigations were renewed in the mid-1970s. He was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in the murder of Denise McNair, 11, who was donning her choir robe at the time of the Sunday morning blast. The three others killed were Cynthia Wesley, Addie Mae Collins and Carol Robertson. All were 14 and members of the choir.

Mr. Chambliss, a former Ku Klux Klan member, was one of several men believed involved the crime, but no one else was convicted. Robert Edward Chambliss C. Douglas-Home, 48, British editor LONDON Charles Douglas-Home, 48, editor of The Times of London, died yesterday after a fight against cancer during which he ran Britain's most prestigious paper from his hospital bed. in Rupert Murdoch, the losecame the newspaper's editor Australian-born publisher, bought the newspaper and fired editor Har- old Evans.

Aides said that Mr. Douglas-Home conducted editorial conferences by telephone from his hospital bed until 10 days ago. "We always used to say that he was OK from the neck up," said Colin Webb, the paper's deputy editor. "He was the most positive man with a serious illness that I have ever known." Mr. Douglas-Home, born into one of Scotland's leading aristocratic families, was a nephew of former Conservative Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas Home.

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Cunningham, of Cherry Hill, N.J. and Robert T. Cunningham, of Broomall, Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral A.M, Thurs. at THE JAMES F. KNOETGEN NERAL HOME, 746 Kedron Ridley Morton, Pa.

(Rte. 420), and to his Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. from St. Pius Church, Lawrence Broomall, Pa. Int.

SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Calling hours after 7 P.M., Wed. eve. DONAHUE JOHN J.

and of age 53, survived by 2 sons, John J. Jr. William, a beloved friend, Gladys Smith, 2 granddaughters, Ashley and Amy, a sister, Mary Hughes, 2 brothers, Walter and Joseph. Viewing Wed. eve.

7 to 9 P.M., at THE HAROLD B. LIGAN, I FUNERAL HOME, 1514 Woodbourne Levittown, at Pa. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Cecilia's R.C. Church, Fox Chase.

will be private. FILI Oct. 29, 1985, HELEN M. (nee Donnelly), of Juniata Park, wife of the late Ernest survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends and Retirees Action invited to funeral 9 A.M., from THE GUCKIN FUNERAL HOME, 1419 E.

Hunting Park Ave. Mass of Chrisitan Burial, 10 A.M., Holy Innocent's Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing, Fri.

7-9. FISCHER MILLICENT F. (nee Eady), on Oct. 29, 1985, wife Harry A. Fischer, of Folsom, also survived her daughter, Carolyn tee*tsel, her sister, Eve ble, 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral services 10 A.M., at THE JAMES F. KNOETGEN FUNERAL HOME, 746 Kedron Ridley Morton, Pa. (Rte. 420). Int.

Edgewood Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Thurs. eve. after 7 P.M. at the Funeral Home.

Donations in her name to The American Cancer Society, Delaware County Unit, 101 West Chester Pike, Havertown, Pa. would be appreciated. FITZMARTIN ON Oct. 28, 1985, JOSEPH P. of Bells Corner, formerly of Oinev, beloved husband of Marie (nee O'.

Keefe), beloved father of Joseph P. and devoted brother of John the late Thomas and the late cy Salmon. Relatives, friends and members K. of Fitzpatrick Council are invited to his funeral after 9 A.M., at the JAMES M. CAMPBELL AL HOME, 500 E.

Benner St. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun Mass of Christian Burial, Maternity B.V.M. Church, 11 A.M. Int.

Holy Sepulchre Cem. No evening viewing. GROSS ERWINA E. (WINNIE) (nee Ward), Doviestown, Oct. 29, 1985, formerty of Chestnut Hill, wife of Arthur G.

Gross. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at THE REED AND STEINBACH FUNERAL HOME, 182 W. Court Doylestown on Nov. 1st, at 2 P.M. Memorial contributions may be made to The Hospice Program, The Doviestown Hospital, Doviestown, Pa.

18901. HOFFMAN ROSE, Oct. 28, 1985, sister of Miss Mollie Hoffman. Relatives and friends invited to services at West Laurel Hill Chapel, Bala Cynwyd, at 1 P.M. Family suggests contributions in her memory be made to the American Heart Assn.

(Arr. by MANS MEM. CHAPEL) HYMAN On Oct. 28, 1985, VIOLET (nee Garrett), of Drexel Hill, beloved wife of Morton A. Hyman, mother of Pamela H.

Tosto, daughter of Mrs. Ida Bohner Garrett; also survived by one brother, Raymond Garrett and 3 sisters, Mrs. Mary Still, Mrs. Emma Jane Kimmel and Joann Garrett. Relatives and friends are invited to the Memorial Service at 1 P.M.

on Wed. at the Riverview United Presbyterian Church, Garrett Rd. and Riverview Drexel Hill. Memorial Gifts may be given in her name to the American Cancer Society, 101 West Chester Pike, P.O. Box 1281, Havertown, Pa.

19083. Int. will be private at the convenience of the family. (Arr. by SPENCER T.

VIDEON F.H., Drexel Hill, JATRES PHILIP, Oct. 28, 1985, of Broomall, beloved band of Florence J. (nee Mamsch) and father of the late Florence Sutter, Philip Mrs. Mary Stoakios, Mrs. Connie Jeanne Daly and Raymond P.

Jatres, brother of James Jatres; also survived by 10 grandchildren and one greaf grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral 10:30 A.M., at THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike (Cor. Lynn UPPER DARBY, PA. Mass of Christian Burial, 12 Noon, Church of St. stasia, Newtown Square, Pa.

Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve.

7 to 9. Mass Cards would be appreciated. JEPSON On Oct. 28, 1985, ALICE of Devon, wife of Capt. Francis E.

Jepson, U.S. Navy mother of Cmdr. Francis E. Jepson, S.C.U.F. Navy, stationed in Washington, David M.

Jepson, of Devon, Stephen G. Jepson, of Jeffersonville, Maryalice Cristie, of Wayne and Patricia A. Renoll, of Alabama; 6 grandchildren, sister of Edward and Mary Stewart, both of Situate, Mass. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial, on Oct. 31st at 10 A.M., from St.

Monica's Church, Berwyn. Int. Calvary West Conshohocken. Viewing Wed. afternoon 2 to 4 P.M.

and also Wed. eve. 7 to 9 P.M., at THE CENT C. ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME, 1724 E. Lancaster Paoli.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial butions may be made to The American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 208, Exton, Pa. 19341. KONIECZNY Oct. 26, 1985, HENRY, dear husband of Claire (Blaszczyk), beloved father of Gerald; also survived by one grandchild, a sister Jessie Skowronski and sister -in-law, Margaret Borowski.

Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral, Thurs. 8:30 A.M., JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME 2634 E. Allegheny Ave. (Cor.

of Thompson St.) Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 A.M., St. Adalbert's Church. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. Viewing Wed.

eve. 7 to 9. LOWERY Oct. 28, 1985, SOPHIE M. (nee Mickiewicz), beloved wife of Frank J.

and loving mother of Marcella Rorer, Joseph Lowery, Joan Jansen, Frances Hackett and William Lowery; also survived by 2 sisters, 9 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to her funeral 9 A.M., MANN FUNERAL HOME, 219 Tabor Rd. (at American), where friends may call Wed. eve. after 7 P.M.

Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Helena's Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. LYNCH KATHRYN T.

(nee Duffy), Oct. 26, 1985, wife of the late Francis mother of the Rev. Robert B. Lunch O.F.M., of Boston, Mass. and Kay O'Connor, grandmother of Kathleen DiLullo, Thomas and Michael Lynch; also survived by 4 great grandchildren.

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated by her son, Rev. Robert B. Lynch O.F.M., on Oct 29, at St. Dorothy's Church, Drexel Hill. Int.

was at Holy Cross Cem. (Arr. by RUFFENACH, Drexel Hill). MacCLAY CARL WILLIAM, on Oct. 3, 1985, of Crescentville, beloved husband of Edith (nee Yates), father of Gary, Ronald and Jovce Thorn, grandfather of 8, brother of Anna Stroup.

Funeral services were held Oct. 6, 1985. Int. was in Hillside Cem. Family requests donations in Carl's memory be made to Crescentville United Methodist Church, Sentner St.

and Hasbrook Pa. 19120. Arr. completed by DIPINTO-MEHL FUNERAL HOME. MANDERSON On Oct.

28, 1985, SARAH A. (nee Andrews), of Wyndmoor, wife of the late Clarence Manderson, mother of Hazel Beatty; also survived by 2 grandsons and great grandchildren, sister of Mary O'Donnell. tives and friends may call at the Grace Lutheran Church, 801 E. Willow Grove and Flourtown Wyndmoor, 1 P.M. Services 2 P.M.

Int. Ivy Hill Cem. In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to the Grace Lutheran Church. (JACOB F. RUTH).

McCALL On Oct. 27, 1985, SHIRLEY CARTER, of Chestnut Hill, husband of the late Elizabeth Bartow McCall, ther of S. Carter McCall Jr. and J. Bartow McCall; also survived by 5 grandchildren.

Services Fri. 4:30 P.M., at St. Peter's Church, 3rd and Pine Sts. Int. Adjoining Churchyard.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Peter's Church. (JACOB F. RUTH). McGUIRE MAE suddenly on Oct.

28, 1985, beloved sister of Rose, Bernadette and Bernard. Relatives, friends, Alumnae Assn. of Hallahan High School, Catholic Bowling League, of Phila. and emplovees of Drexel University, invited to funeral Sat. 9:30 A.M., GILBERT H.

SCHOBERT FUNERAL HOME, 1677 Harrison Frankford. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 A.M., St. chim's Church. Int. St.

Dominic's Cern. Friends may call Fri. eve. 7-9. Parking on our 50-car lot.

at McMANUS JAMES age 69 of Gibbstown, N.J., on Oct. 28, 1985, at Woodbury, N.J., husband of Mary C. McManus (nee Alderman), also surviving his brother Robert J. and his sister Helen Johnson. Funeral service on Thurs.

at 11 A.M., from The Church of Christ, East Holly Extension, Pitman, N.J. There will be no viewing. Int. glington Clarksboro, N.J. Contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of either the Deborah Hospital, Trenton Browns Mills, N.J.

08015 or The Church of Christ, P.O. Box 205, Pitman, N.J. 08071. Of MICKLIN Oct. 28, 1985, MOLLIE, of 5050 Wynnefield wife of the late Benjamin, mother of Mrs.

Helen Levy, of New York, Mrs. Melba Ball Schwartz and Marvin Mickklin, sister of Joseph Price; also survived by 7 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services, 12 Noon at Mt. Lebanon Cern. (section E).

The family will return to the Schwartz residence, 540 Mana yunk: Merion, Pa. (BERSCHLER'S.) MORA Oct. 29, 1985, PAUL brother of Helen Vassos. Relatives and friends invited to the viewing and funeral 9 A.M. RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st St.and Snyder Ave.

Mass of Christian Burial, St. Edmond's Church, 10 A.M. Entombment Holy Cross Mausoleum. No viewing Wed. Family requests contributions to St.

Edmond's Sanctuary Fund. MORRISON Suddenty, on Oct. 28, 1985, JOHN S. beloved husband of Jane (nee Mange), of Broomall, devoted father of Peter of Aston, John of N.J., and Elizabeth Thompson, of Drexel HI; also survived by 3 grandchildren and his brothers, Malcolm, of Villanova and Charles, of N.J. A Memorial Service will be held Wed.

7:30 P.M., in Bethany Collegiate Presbyterian Church, Township Line and Concord Drexel Hill, followed by his funeral service, Thurs, at 10 A.M, in the above named Church, where friends may call after 9 A.M. and where memorial contributions, in his name, would be appreciated. int. St. Paul'c Cem, Ardmore, Pa.

(Arr. by SON, Broomall, Pa.) MUIR DORIS C. (nee Feret) age 43, suddenly on Oct. 28, 1985, of Bensalem, beloved wife of John G. Muir, Ill and devoted mother of Robert E.

Di Girolame, of Somerville, N.J.; also survived by her father Edward Feret. Relatives and friends invited to a funeral service, Fri. evening at 9 P.M. at THE JAMES J. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME, 2200 Trenton Levittown, Pa.

where friends will be received from 6 P.M. time of service. Fr. Walter Nolan, Chaplain of Ryder College, N.J. will be at the convenience of the family.

I desired memorial contributions may be made to the Bucks Co. S.P.C.A., Lahaska, 18931. also Pa. 9 FU- Int. in of by MULLIN Oct.

27, 1995, of Newtown Square, JOHN S. husband of Leila (nee Carson) Mullin. Graveside Service, 11 A.M., at Glenwood Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions to Trinity Lutheran Church, West Chester Pike, Havertown, 19083, will be appreciated. (FLOUNDERS D'ALLURA F.H.) O'NEILL JAMES Oct.

28, 1985, of Drexel Hill, beloved husband of Rosemary (nee Corcoran), dear father of Rosemary, Patricia and Katherine O'Neill, brother of John M. O'Neill. Relatives and friends are invited to Mass of Christian Burial Wed. eve. 8 P.M., Church of St.

Andrew, School Lane and Foss Drexel Hill, where friends may call in the Church after 7 P.M. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Contributions in his memory to Archbishop Pendergast High School Scholarship Fund, Lansdowne Drexel Hill, Pa.

19026, would be appreciated. Arrangements by THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike. PACITTO Oct. 28, 1985, REV. ALFRED A.

PACITTO, O.S.A., of St. Thomas Monastery, Villanova, son of the late Luciano and Angelina Coia Pacitto; survived by his sister, Antoinette Albero, of Crovdon, Pa. and his brother James Pacitto, of Cherry Hill, N.J. The Reverend Clergy, relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Oct. 31, after 7 P.M.

and to the Concelebrated Mass of Christian Burial, 8 P.M., St. Thomas of Villanova Church (Univ. Campus), Villanova, Pa. For those wishing to attend the interment in Calvary Nov. 2nd, a procession will form at the Church at 9:30 A.M.

PASQUANTONIO Andreas R. Gruentzig Deaths here Paul G. Mora, 72, a decorated veteran of World War II, died yesterday at Pennsylvania Hospital. He lived in South Philadelphia. An infantryman, he served with the 83d Division in the sweep across France.

He earned the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star in combat. He had retired from a maintenance post at the McGee Rehabilitation Hospital. Survivor: a sister, Helen Vassos. Services: viewing, after 9 a.m. tomorrow, Ruffenach's Funeral Home, South Philadelphia; Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m.

tomorrow, St. Edmond's Church. F. William Bareiss 3d, 47, a manufacturing engineer, died of cancer yesterday at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He lived in Feasterville.

He worked for the Lucker Manufacturing Co. in King of Prussia. Mr. Bareiss held an associate's degree from Pennsylvania State University and was attending Delaware Valley College. Survivors: his wife, Judith; son, Michael and his parents, Lillian and Frederick William Bareiss." Services: 7:30 p.m.

Friday, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Welsh Road, Huntingdon Valley. Rose Hoffman, retired credit manager for L'Aiglon Apparel died yesterday at Hahnemann University Hospital. She lived in Center City. Miss Hoffman, who was associated with the clothing firm at 15th and Wallace Streets for 25 years, retired about 15 years ago. She was active in charitable groups and was a member of Hadassah.

Survivor: a sister, Mollie Hoffman. Services: 1 p.m. today, the Chapel in West Laurel Cemetery. In keeping with its policy that all news reporting be timely, The Inquirer intends to publish obituaries within 48 hours of death. Mortuaries and others supplying obituary information should submit their notices promptly to The Inquirer's city desk.

Death Notices ALLEVA On Berwyn, Oct. 28, wife 1985, of the LILLIAN late (nee Angelo Fillippo), Alleva, age mother 73, of Louis J. Alleva, Joan Stillwell and Patricia DeHaven; survived by 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild, sister of Mary Alleva, Anthony, Thomas, John and Louis Fillippo. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial, 11 A.M., on at St. Monica's Church, Berwyn.

Int. St. Monica's Cem. Viewing Wed. morning 9:30 to 11 A.M., at the Church.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be made in her name to St. Monica's School, 63 Main Berwyn, Pa. 19312. Arr. by VINCENT C.

ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME. AUGHEY Oct. 26, 1985, JAMES J. AUGHEY, of Rosemont, beloved husband of Adelaide M. Zeh Aughey, brother of Marie T.

Miller and Thomas J. Aughey. Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 A.M., St. Thomas of Villanova Chapel, Lancaster Rosemont, where relatives and friends are invited after 9:30 A.M. Int.

Holy Sepulchre Cem. FUNERAL SERVICE, Ardmore). BABBITT MISS MARY ADAMS, 74, retired Medical Secretary, on Oct. 29, 1985, in Princeton, N.J. Private burial, Haverford Friends Meeting House Cem.

BAREISS F. WILLIAM III, on Oct. 29, 1985, of Feasterville, at age 47, beloved husband of Judith (nee Pyle) and ther of Michael William Bareiss; also survived by his mother, Lillian and father, Frederick William Bareiss, of Huntingdon Valley and an aunt, Eleanor Bareiss. Relatives and friends are invited to a Memorial Service on 7:30 P.M., at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 570 Weish Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006.

Int. private. Memorials in his name may be sent to Gloria Dei, Memorial Fund, at the above address. CRAFT FUNERAL HOME OF ABINGTON. BEAUPAIN GERTRUDE Oct.

28, 1985, beloved aunt of Gertrude Bahel, of Md. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing, Fri. starting 9:30 A.M. from the Phila. Protestant Home, 6500 Tabor followed by service, 10 A.M.

Int. Northwood Cem. No evening DEAN) BECKER Oct. 28, 1985, VERONICA T. (nee Slough), beloved wife of Joseph F.

Becker, mother of ELizabeth Gill and Gerald Becker, survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral 8:30 A.M., FOX FUNERAL HOME, 7026 Castor Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., Resurrection of Our Lord Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem.

Friends may call Fri. eve. 7 to 9 P.M. BETTS Oct. 27, 1985, of Frankford, MARGARET M.

GARTLAND, wife of the late George L. Betts, mother of Robert J. Betts; grandmother of Erik R. Betts; also survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Abel and one brother, James J.

Garland. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing Thurs. 10 A.M., until time of service at 11 A.M. at THE BATES FUNERAL HOME, 5000 Jackson Cor. of Wakeling St.

Int. East Cedar Hill Cern. CAIRNS Oct. 27, 1985, WILLIAM age 67 beloved husband of Margaret T. (nee Fitzgerald), father of William of Erie, brother of Elsie McGinley, of Newtown, grandfather of Heather Ann and Shane Michael.

Relatives, friends and member of Malvern Layman's Retreat League are invited to Funeral Thurs. 9 A.M., HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 726-28 E. Allegheny Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of The Ascension, 10 A.M. Int.

Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friends may Can We. eve. preferred. CATONA Of Clifton on Oct.

29, 1985, HELEN A. (nee Wasilauskas), beloved wife of James and beloved mother of Patricia Smith, Frances M. Levering, James P. and Robert A. Catona; also survived by 10 grandchildren and a sister, Frances M.

Skurzvski. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing 11 A.M., Church of St. Eugene, Oak Primos, and to her Mass of Christian Burial, at 12 Noon. Int. SS.

Peter and Paul Cem. No evening viewing. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Applied Behavioral Systems, 838 Sussex Broomail, Pa. 19008. (M.

F. WILLIAMS- Clifton CRASS Oct. 28, 1985, ROSE (nee Ricklin), wife of Louis, of 400 Ryanard Wallingford, sister of Louis Ricklin and Esther Weiner. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services, 11:30 A.M. precisely at the Mt.

Sharon Cem. (Sec. 1), Springfield, Pa. Shiva will be observed at 400 Ryanard Wallingford, Pa. (Arr.

by CUMMINS Oct 28, 1985, HANORA J. (nee Morrissey), wife of the late Daniel J. mother of Mary Mcilhenny, Bette Kramer, Margaret Weitzel and Frances McKeaney and the late Daniel J. Jr. and Sr.

Anne alse survived by 29 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Relatives, friends, Ladies of Charity invited to viewing 6:30 P.M., Christ the King Church, Morrell Ave. and Chesterfield Rd. Mass of Christian Burial, 8 P.M. Funeral procession will leave from Church, 11 A.M., for int.

in Our Lady of Grace Cer. lieu of Rowers, donations in Mrs. Cummins name, to Medical Missionary Sisters, 8400 Pine Phila. 19111, would be appreciated. ( GUCKIN F.M.) Oct.

29, 1985, CHARLES, father of Mrs. Mary Ann Soriano. Funeral and int. private. (GRASSO F.H.) PERO Oct.

27, 1985, ANNA of Ardmore, survived by 2 nieces and one nephew. Services will be held 10 A.M., at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Ardmore. Int. Arlington Cern.

There will be no viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the above named Church. (CHADWICK'S of Ardmore) ROGALSKI Oct. 28, 1985, EUGENE H. of Andorra, husband of Claire Lisa M.

(nee Burger), of Michael Mark G. Rogalski and Geralyn A. Ernst, brother of Irene Cahill. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Thurs. 9 A.M., at THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge (Cor.

of Livezey) Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M., Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Int. Calvary Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve.

7 to 9 P.M. Donations in his memory to immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Memorial Fund, 815 Cathedral Pa. 19128 would be appreciated. SABAROFF Oct. 28, 1985, HAROLD, of 945 Crefeld Elkins Park, husband of Judith (nee Pinkcus), father of Eric Sabaroff Jonathan Sabaroff, brother of rah Sabaroff and Martin Sabaroff.

Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services 12 noon precisely 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Lebanon Cem.

Family will return to 945 Crefeld Elkins Park, Pa. Contributions in his memory may be made to your favorite charities. SALTIEL Oct. 29 1985, ANNA Jordan), formerly of Yeadon and Drexel Hill, wife of the late Roland E. Saltiel, mother of Esther M.

McKeeman. Funeral services 1 P.M., Yeadon Presbyterian Church, Bailey and Holly Yeadon, Pa. Int. Arlington Cem. It is requested that contributions in her name be made to the Memorial Fund of the Yeadon Presbyterian Church.

SCANNELLI Oct. 28, 1985, DOMINIC beloved husband of Ida (nee Tirendi) and father of Anthony Cecilia A. Gelenberg, and Dominic also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives, friends invited to his funeral 8:30 A.M., WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME, 8060 Verree Fox Chase, and 10 Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 A.M., St. Martin of Tours Church.

SCHEMBRY Oct. 29, 1985, ESTHER (nee Eskenazi), of Park Towne Place, wife of Charles, mother of Laureen Schembry, sister of Rebecca Davidoff and Zizi Lebow. Services P.M. precisely, BERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St.

Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to the late residence. SOULGES GOLDIE, Oct. 27, 1985, beloved wife of the late Paul Soulges, devoted mother of Alice and Constantine Sosangelis and Dr.

James Soulges; grandmother of Dawn Papougenis, Marta Lanas and Stephen Sosangelis, Paul J. Soulges, Tracy Pendergast and Jeffrey Soulges, great grandmother of Dean Papougenis. Her funeral service will be 11 A.M., Greek Orthodox Church of St. Luke, 26 N. Malin Broomall.

Viewing 7-9 Tues. in the Church. Int. Forest Hills Mem. Park, Reiffton, Reading, Pa.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Luke's Bide. Fund. (Arr. by VRAIM).

SULLIVANT MATINA SERRAS (nee Koundouris), on Oct. 28, 1985, of Bethel, (formerty of Chester widow of Peter, mother of Stella Poulis, Jerry, George, Nonda and John survived by 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral service, 11 A.M, Sat. in St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 30 E.

Forge Lima, Pa. Int. Chester Rural Cem. Friends may call Fri. evening, 7 to 9 at the Church.

Trisagion 8 P.M. Memorial contributions to St. George Building Fund would be appreciated. (WHITE- LUTTRELL FUNERAL HOME, ASTON, Pa.) -Associated Press SZYBOWSKI Oct. 27, 1985, LYDIA (nee Kania), beloved wife of the late Joseph and dear sister of Ted and Bernard Kania.

Relatives, friends and members of Union of Polish Women in America Group No 73 invited to call Thurs. morning from 9 A.M., at THE SUCHARSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2324 Margaret St. Services at 10 A.M. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem.

TAROD On Oct. 29, 1985, ISRAEL (SOL), husband of the late May (nee Rosen), of 2727 Cranston father of Marion and Harry Romisher, brother of the late Raiph and Samuel Tarod, grandfather of Marc and Shelly, Andrea and Robert Romisher, great ther of Joshua and Brandon Romisher. Relatives and friends are invited to services 1 P.M. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St.

above 71st Ave. int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will be 135 E. Fariston Phila.

Contributions in his memory may be made to the Liberty Chapter of O.R.T. TOLL Oct. 28, 1985, KATIE, of Sunrise, wife of the late Frank, mother of Mrs. Reuben (Frances) Oren, devoted grandmother of Geri Guralnick and Barbara Oren, sister of Aaron Toll and Evelyn Rosenthal; also survived by 2 great grandchildren. Services 11 A.M.

precisely, ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Sharon Cem.

Family will return to 6101 Morris Ave. UPHOFF Oct. 28, 1985, CATHERINE (nee Gallagher), wife of the late B. Edward Upholf, formerly of Ardmore, mother of Mrs. Joseph (Mary) Butter, Mrs.

Gerald (Sally) Dougherty and Mrs. Russell (Catherine) Crouse, William, B. Edward Jr. and Joseph Uphoff; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to THE FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH, E.

Eagle and St. Denis vertown, Wed. 7 to 9 P.M., and to Mass of Christian Burial in St. Denis Church, 11 A.M. Int.

St. Denis Cem. In lieu of Rowers, an Offering in her name to The Little Flower Manor, 1201 Springfield Springfield, Pa. 19064 would be appreciated. WALTERS On Oct.

27, 1985, DOROTHY (nee Morton), of Springfield, beloved wife of J. Hilton Walters mother of Mrs. Christine W. Adler and Mrs. Deborah W.

Lander; also survived by 5 grandchildren and brother, David N. Morton. Relatives and friends are invited to Memorial Service Sat. Nov. 2 at 12 noon, at The Princeton Presbyterian Church, Baltimore Pike and Church Springfield, Pa.

where friends may call in the library after 11 A.M. Memorial gifts to The Bryn Mawr Hospital Cardiac Center, The American Cancer Society or the American Heart Asoc. Int. will be private at the convenience of the family. (Arr.

by SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Drexel Hill). WELSCH CLARA, formerty of Rosehill on Oct. 29, 1985, beloved wife of the late Friedrich, mother of Evelyn DePue, Janet Lunch and Claire Schumaker; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service 10:30 A.M., from The Tabor Lutheran Church, Mascher St.

and Roosevelt Blvd. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call the Church, Thurs. after 7 P.M.

and Fri. morning, after 9 A.M. In lieu of Rowers, donations may be made to the Church Memorial Fund. (Arr. WETZEL AND SON).

WHARTON (Correction) KATHERINE Oct. 26, 1985, wife of the late S. Brinton Wharton. Relatives, friends are invited to attend her Graveside Service 2 P.M, Fri. Nov.

1, at West Laurel Hill 215 Belmont Bala Cynwvd, Pa. Arr. by KIRK AND NICE SUBURBAN CHAPEL. YORTY Of Torresdale, Oct. 27, 1985, MARGARET wife of William F.

Yorty. Service and interment private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The American Heart Assn. (FLETCHER). FLORIST MURUMERTS FLOWERS FRUIT BASKETS Scott to be good 289-0939 5722 Frankford Ave CREDIT CARDS BY ATTENTION 1 ALL ALLIED FLORISTS: PLACE YOUR ADVERTISING IN THIS SPACE BY CALLING MISS GRAY AT 215-854-5334.

The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2024)


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